Lactuca virosa, known as wild lettuce, opium lettuce or poisonous lettuce (known in Dutch as “Gifsla”), is native to England, India and the Punjab region of Pakistan. This herb was brought to Europe by the Romans and used for its analgesic and sleep-inducing effects. Poison lettuce became popular in hippie culture in the 1960s and 1970s because of its mildly euphoric and relaxing effects. It was often compared to cannabis, but a big advantage was that poison lettuce could be picked for free in nature.
One specific variety, Wild Lettuce 50x, is an extract that is much stronger than the common wild lettuce herb. This extract is also known for its mild aphrodisiac effects. One can make a delicious herbal tea from it. At larger doses, it can produce a slight opium-like effect, while a smaller dose promotes sleep or sleep. It is important to note that wild lettuce is not addictive, unlike opium.
- Extract 50x Wild Lettuce (Lactuca Virosa).
The effect of Poison Lettuce (Wild Lettuce) herb is relaxing and similar to the effects of Opium.
Take 0.5 to 1 gram of the extract and add it to a teacup of boiling water, let it steep for 5 minutes.
Store this product in a dark and cool place such as a kitchen cabinet and out of the reach of children.
Wild Lettuce 50 x Extract Indian Elements – 2.5 grams.
Do not combine with MAOIs, alcohol or other drugs. Do not drive a car after taking it.